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to break up shale rock and release natural gas. published thursday in the journal science by one of the world's leading seismology labs warns that pumping water underground can induce dangerous earthquakes even in regions not otherwise prone to tremors. long-search also reveals term water pumping makes sites more vulnerable to sizable tremors triggered by earthquakes occurring in other parts of the world. >> the new report comes as academy award nominated director josh fox has released the sequel to his highly acclaimed acumen documentary " gasland" and "solitary in iran nearly broke me. then i went inside america's prisons." it is called it shows that frack time andably leak over can then contaminate the environment, sicken residents, and exacerbate climate change. >> i name is josh fox. health problems across the u.s., not just the numbers i get you dizzy. >> this is where we eat, sleep, live free at the gas industry -- >> we have found no instance of it harming. >> they want a street fight. >> never underestimate the power of money. you complain about the price of gas, wait in
's ripping each and every one of strongest points of the prosecutors case moment by moment with science. i cannot wait to see the cross. let's listen. >> i think you have six identitiable regions. there may be others but the photographs are not of the quality that you can say. >> there may have been impacts that for one reason or another may have landed but didn't actually manifest itself in a visible b injury? >> right. >> objection. speculation. >> sustained. >> in a fight situation where someone may be resisting the attack by someone else, would you expect them, for example as they are being pushed toward the concrete to resist by their muscles or their back trying to sit up, for example? >> i would assume so. >> consistent with what you see here is there may have been other impacts but they weren't so pronounced because there was some ability to resist the full force of the impact? >> objection. speculation. >> overruled. >> yes, i told you it does not mean there were only six. >> he leans forward to take a note. he's an incredible, incredible lawyer. now they're going off to side bar.
modern science just reveal the boston strangler? "nightly news" begins now. >>> good evening. the prosecution has now made its closing argument in the closely watched and highly charged trial of george zimmerman. he's been charged with second degree murder in the death of trayvon martin, but that charge became an issue in court today. the jury now allowed to consider a lesser charge of manslaughter. the parents of the defendant and the dead teenager were all in court together for the first time since opening statements as final moments are getting close. the jury could have this case as soon as tomorrow. ron mott starts us off tonight from sanford, florida. good evening. >> brian, good evening to you. a hush fell over the courtroom as the prosecutor began the closing arguments that went on for more than two hours. at one point it looked as though he got a real reaction from george zimmerman himself. >> a teenager is dead. he is dead through no fault of his own. he is dead because another man made assumptions. >> reporter: the state started its closing today in a less explosiv
. >>> up next, science fiction means science fact. and a reminder, you can listen to my radio program weekday mornings at 9:00 eastern on potus 124. this is "hardball," the place for politics. i would say my car. probably the car. cause as you get older you start breaking down. i love my car. i want to take care of it. i have a bad wheel - i must say. my car is running quite well. keep your car healthy with the works. $29.95 or less after $10 mail-in rebate at your participating ford dealer. so you gotta take care of yourself? yes you do. you gotta take care of your baby? oh yeah! trust your instincts to make the call. to treat my low testosterone, my doctor and i went with axiron, the only underarm low t treatment. axiron can restore t levels to normal in about 2 weeks in most men. axiron is not for use in women or anyone younger than 18 or men with prostate or breast cancer. women, especially those who are or who may become pregnant and children should avoid contact where axiron is applied as unexpected signs of puberty in children or changes in body hair or increased acne in women
advocating for more computer science education. the college board's advanced placement program has announced an ap course called computer science principles. it will be a college level introduction to the concepts of computing. the hope is to recruit more women and minorities into that field. >>> and two bay area schools are piloting that new ap course this fall. magnolia and oakland technical high school, which you've seen stories about right here. that's going to do it for class action. >>> a controversial bill is awaiting governor brown's signature or vetveto. women can only be paid for eggs they donate for fertility, not research. removing the ban will spur important studies. but women with low incomes will end up donating the majority of eggs and donation can come with some serious health risks. >> we need to have more science. we've got great researchers in california. and that's actually a fear, that we're going to lose researchers to 47 other states that al lough compensation and even other countries. >> it's like please, governor brown, stop and consider the risks and the fact that
of our brains. most recently in her latest text which combines the latest round wrecking brain science with some practical advice for chance of -- parents of children on the autistics spectrum. we turn to a conversation with actress toni collette. "is movie "the way, way back in theaters now. isng had that said there always the right time to do the right thing. i just try to live my life every day by doing the right thing. we know that we are only about halfway to completely eliminate hunger, and we have a lot of work to do. walmart committed $2 billion to fighting hunger in the u.s. cane work together, we stamp hunger out. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: challenging the conventional wisdom that puts limitations on those within the autistics spectrum has been part of temple grandin's work for decades. she has championed an inclusive approach to those diagnosed with autism, urging parents and teachers to rethink placing preconceived barriers on achievement. currently a professor of animal science at colorado state university, temple g
's what you call a storybook ending. it's not rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. >>> we've been following the trial of george zimmerman. the judge, judge nelson, is speaking. she has actually adjourned proceedings for the day. there will be no more defense witnesses. we've had something like eight already. but she's trying to resolve a dispute between the prosecution and the defense, was in terms of testimony and proceedings, there will be no more. court has been adjourned. the jury stand down until tomorrow. i'm joined once again by jonathan capehart of "the washington post" and lisa bloom, who is our own legal expert for this particular trial. lisa, this was the big day for the defense. it's a tough question to put to you, because we've only just finished with proceed welcomes but what's your assessment about how things have gone? >> well, they certainly did a good job muddling the issue of whose voice it was on the 911 call, screaming for help. you know, last week, we were all talking about trayvon martin's mother, who we were anticipating would take the stand
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at? >> the judge is going to look at whether essentially this is junk science or whether this meets the technical standard that is appropriate for a court. whether he is following the generally excepted principles in his community. he has already testified that he has testified in dozens of cases, primarily in california where he is from, that he has used this animation many times to help a court or trier fact like a jury understand the facts and in this case what he has done is put together information from the police reports, from the audio recordings from all of the evidence in the case to try to create a representation of what happened from the defense point of view. >> let's talk about some of the significant things that have happened the last 24 hours and craig melvin and i were talking about this at the top of the show about the decision by the judge to allow the thc or the marijuana use evidence in now. we don't know for sure whether or not they are going to use that but what are the chances they would and how significant could it be? why would they use it? >> if it does com
an impression on her political science professor in 1979. >> very, very intelligent, but at the same time, didn't show off her intelligence. she was very popular with the other students and they elected her the first female valedictorian. >> reporter: napolitano will now be the first female head of the university of california in its 145-year history. >> it's an outside the box choice. you get someone with a fresh perspective, with an outsider's perspective but a remarkable capacity to work within governing institutions not only at the federal level but she understands state government. >> reporter: one former regent says napolitano's experience dealing with complicated issues will help. >> she has been dealing pretty well, i think, with really difficult issues in washington, principally lately around the immigration issue, and homeland security, and it can't get any more complicated than that, although i'm not sure she may be jumping from the frying pan into the fire. >> the budget does include a plan to increase the uc budget 5% a year for the next five years. >> reporter: state senator jim b
the defense will have their own experts to refute some of the science in this particular case and maybe this case could be in the hands of the jury by thursday. martin savidge, cnn, sanford, florida. >> wow. in the end this appears to have been a very rapid case. after the trial resumes on monday you can, of course, get a recap of the key moments from our anderson cooper. he'll have an "ac360" special report "self-defense or murder" monday night 10:00 p.m. eastern right here on cnn. >>> all right. wet and rainy, well, it's been the story for so much of the u.s. so far this holiday break. but in the northeast, they have been getting hit with a heat wave. temperatures soaring near 100 degrees. karen maginnis is here with the headlines, so let's start with the rain, who's getting soaked. well, you've got fountains behind you. plus it's raining a little bit, right? >> reporter: well, typically during the summer here at centennial olympic park you would see hundreds and hundreds of kids as well as adults playing in the fountains, but this particular year we've seen so much cloud cover and te
a pathologist or a criminalist or anybody else, they're up there to tell what you the science of it is. they're not up there to be for one side or the other. they're supposed to be taking someone by definition what science says is an objective view of things. >> jeff, what did you think? >> i thought this was another example of how this case has been somewhat overtried. cause of death is not at issue here. everybody knows how trayvon martin died. it is not controversial. and i thought by asking him all these questions about how how long did he live, the prosecution just opened doors that they didn't need to open. this is a witness who should have been on and off the witness stand in ten minutes but by trying too hard to help the prosecution, and i think he did try too hard, he opened up attacks on his own credibility when he shouldn't have had to deal with it all. >> is part of the reason he was trying to establish how long trayvon was alive for to support the notion -- there's the disagreement over the position of trayvon martin's hands that apparently his hands were up front and george zim
a moment of the testimony here in sanford, florida. it has been a riveting day. science was in the spot light. sometimes it is difficult to cross examine science. these are good prosecutors. we had one prosecutor stand up and take vincent di maio to task, the grand daddy of all forensic scientists in this country. vincent di maio went head to head. coming up after the break we will see what happened. big plans. so when i found out medicare doesn't pay all my medical expenses, i looked at my options. then i got a medicare supplement insurance plan. [ male announcer ] if you're eligible for medicare, you may know it only covers about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. call now and find out about an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement plans, it helps pick up some of what medicare doesn't pay. and could save you thousands in out-of-pocket costs. to me, relationships matter. i've been with my doctor for 12 years. now i know i'll be able to stick with him. [ male announcer ]
structural operation to complete the science for this shims has been done, the contractor has the designs in front of them and as soon as we shim it, we have achieved the full seismic safety of the bridge and we can achieve that seismic safety within a month's time. >> reporter: bridge officials who had long been saying that a full fix was needed to open the bridge were clearly caught off guard. >> and i do believe this idea merits further vetting. it's an idea -- it's a concept at this point that came up fairly late. >> not just the concept. it has been designed by the design team, has been approved by caltrans and is passed on to the contractor, okay? so we are not just at a concept stage. >> i will tell you, candidly, the book he held up and talked about as a design, that's the first i've heard of it. >> i don't want to wait any day longer than necessary because we can have an earthquake at any time and the old bridge is not safe. >> reporter: bridge officials will review the plan but from the looks of things at today's meeting it appears that some state officials already knew about it
this rather beautiful science experiment. it involves a leopard seal. these animals sing to their mates under water. a zoo no australia sent a sax player to join the serenade to see how the animals would react. the little guy is dancing.
% just a year ago. >> dot data says hawaiian airlines arrived on time the most. >>> health and science editor, john fowler sat down with one pilot expert who designed instruments for the boeing 777. >> visual queues should have been obvious to the pilots. >> there are a lot of accidents where there have been very salient clues to crews that have been miss. >> julian fox design cockpit instruments. >> she says scientists call uninitial blindless to the cockpit. >> they would have had a lot of information telling them that. >> sink rate and altitude, if too slow, they were glowing beside the raun way. >> runway. >> the throttle should come forward when slow and may have at least partially. >> at 500 feet they should have been computing a go-around. >> again, we'll be asking why didn't that happen. >> where was the retention and why was it on anything other than flying the airplane? >> the ntsb now has to figure out exactly why those basic skills, what pilots called airmanship broke down during this flight crew. >> ktvu channel 2 news. >>> and go to for more crash coverage. >> yo
fruit drink was in the pocket pulling the shirt away. dimaio through science is trying to establish for this jury that that's what happened. he also said trayvon martin was likely conscious, capable of speech and motion for 10 to 15 seconds after the shooting. that's important because george zimmerman says that trayvon martin spoke said, you got me, you got me. also we know that trayvon martin's hands, according to zimmerman, were spread out but when the body was found the hands were underneath and the defense would like to use this to explain how that could have happened. finally, george zimmerman's injuries, a big point for the defense throughout this trial, a lot of witnesses have said very nye minor, just a couple of little cuts that bled a lot. everything healed up. he only had a couple of band-aids, no real medical treatment. dr. dimaio is the first witness that the jury has heard from that said actually these injuries could be fairly serious. there is at least six of them and there could be major head trauma. >> lisa, let's also talk about the toxicology reports. the judge ha
it home. i think this underscores the importance of having an expert that not only knows the science but is able secondly to communicate it. if they can't communicate it, they're not worth what you pay them. >> mark, you used this guy on the stand in cases of your own. does the jury -- they got it out on evidence today that he's been paid some $2400. does the jury hold that against a witness? >> no, but i do. i've never gotten away with only paying him $2400. i can't remember the last defense expert that only charged $2400. no, i don't think they hold it against him, especially when you contrast it with the witness for the state who i'm sure is a very nice man but not the most effective communicator. i think that the reason -- it's not the tall wagging the dog. they're not effective because they're a superstar. they achieve superstar status because they are effective in the way they communicate to jurors and to lay people. and that's what you want. the lawyers that are best, the people that are best in a courtroom are ones that can take what are seemingly complex concepts and distill
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? >> well, like any type of expert testimony, it's based on science and it's based on studies. we have this particular individual who created the animation or who created the stills testifying about the different points that he measured to make sure that it was all accurate and consistent with the evidence that's in the record so far, and that's the challenge for the judge. she has to determine that this evidence will, number one, be helpful for the jury, and, number two, be consistent with the evidence that we know is already in the record. she's not going to let them create some story or put on some show, it has to be based on fact and it has to be based in science. >> and the jurors are not in the courtroom right now. this is a discussion that's going on in front of the judge. the judge will make this decision. they are not going to see this animation. i don't know if they are going to show it to the judge right now. looks like they are getting ready for something along those lines, but the reasons the jurors aren't in there, explain. >> the judge has not ruled it's admissible, so y
how they extended the shelf life. >> i don't know. magic. deep science. they're really looking into this. >> dr. kobilinsky, any ideas? >> preservatives. >> they're going to love that. randi, thank you. that does it for this special edition of "360." we'll be back at 10:00 eastern tonight for another in-depth floor at the george zimmerman trial. "early start" begins right now. have a great day. the new fiber one caramel nut protein bar. the healthcare law gives us powerful tools to fight it... to investigate it... ...prosecute it... and stop criminals. our senior medicare patrol volunteers... are teaching seniors across the country... stop, spot, and report fraud. you can help. guard your medicare card. don't give out your card number over the phone. call to report any suspected fraud. we're cracking down on medicare fraud. let's make medicare stronger for all of us. [ babies crying ] surprise -- your house was built on an ancient burial ground. [ ghosts moaning ] surprise -- your car needs a new transmission. [ coyote howls ] how about no more surprises? now you can get
down all day with all of this terrible science and glad-handing. and to be frank, i get to move to new york next month so i don't have to live in fear of your texas legislators anymore, and what you're going to do about this. i will thank you, though, first. it was destiny that you would discriminate against us and try to force yourself inside the bodies of women, thank you for working against us women so publicly and not in the shadows like you are used to. thank you for your press conference and bad information. thank you for your hateful statements, reducing women to brood mares, you have radicalized hundreds of thousands of us. no matter what you do, women and their allies are coming for you. let's start down the line, senator campbell, you're an eye doctor, i won't make you the expert on productive health. we can give you all the children with problems, since we don't have sex ed. you are about as -- excuse me, this is my government, ma'am. i will judge you. i will judge you, ma'am. is this counting against my time? >> yes, it is. >> the senator talking against me. >> yes, it is.
the professor of science at columbia university. dorian, this was the issue you studied. this walmart fight in chicago, it is ear eerie, i was in chicago reporting on it at the time. it is eerie how similar this fight is to that one. >> yes, chris, it is eerie, and i wish i could have bet on this in vegas somewhere. this is walmart's playbook. this is out of walmart's playbook for how they treat black communities and their elected officials. we saw this in 2006 as you mentioned, where they made explicit threats about a $10 an hour living wage. that was his first and only veto in 22 years in office. >> the council basically all they did was daly's bidding, they were this ridiculous rubber stamp body. they were vetoed. >> and he was able to twist some arms so they couldn't override the veto. what was walmart worried about in that case, the precedent that bill would set, that other municipalities, where it has to seek expansion, it has to open stores in urban america, urban america that it's avoided for 30 years. this is also, just to give you more context. we 15u the same thing in 2003 in eng
political science. thank you as always for being on the show. up next, if only republicans would attack the problems facing this country with the same gusto as they attack women's rights. stick standard we'll around, we'll be back. >>and the best part is that current will let me say anything. what the hell were they thinking? >> michael: welcome back to "the war room." states have been pushing the limits of roe v. wade for years and just the first six months of of 201319 states passed a total of 43 laws that limit access to abortion. texas may join that list soon if the anti-abortion legislation that went to the state senate just today. one favorite state-level tactic is to defunnel abortion finals and then funnel the money to pcp, centers that intentionally mislead women. a report found that 86% of centers surveyed provided false or misleading information. if you're a pregnant woman walking into a cpc looking for information on your option you might hear this about abortion. >> everybody that has admitted they had one will tell you they would never do it again. >> michael: of course
years ago based on the science and thchnology of where we are today. >> reporter: scott, abortion rights groups have vowed to file hefederal lawsuit as soon as governor rick perry signs the bill into law. >> pelley: and the vote could come as early as tonight. asnuel, thank you. each year in pamplona, spain, it is man versus beast in the running of the bulls. well, today the beast had a good coy. one of them cornered that man in the blue and yellow shirt. friends tried to help but the bull picked the man up with his urn and tossed him down. as was one of six people who wound up in the hospital but remarkably none of them was seriously hurt. some school kids in this country mee learning there is no free ride. steve hartmann will watch them earn one "on the road." hey kevin...still eating chalk for heartburn? yeah... try new alka seltzer fruit chews. they work fast on heartburn and taste awesome. these are good. told ya! i'm feeling better already. [ male announcer ] new alka seltzer fruits chews. enjoy the relief! out for drinks, eats. i have very well fitting dentures. i like to eat a lo
is at thecr helm after of a new science fiction movie opening friday. >> pacific rim imagines that the threat of aliens doesn't comeome from outer space but from the ocean beneath us. >> kevin mcimrarty talked to the director about the proper use of special effects and how to pull audiences into a sci-fi world. >> if you were hypothetically h had been a director in theyp 1930's and no success to the special effects how would you have done this practically? >> 30s would have been tough. mid 60s you could have done man in a suit we followed carefully, if you see it again a in imax, you notice that we keep the proportions basically of a man in a suit. so even the ones with many legs you could have done it because many characters in the classic movies have many legs you would be compositing miniatures butre could you make it for sure. >> what would be the hardest scene? >> most difficult scene would be the fight in the stratosphere. >> yeah. >> the scene that happens above the earth. doing that would have been very tough. >> one thing i've been fascinated by is when a director decides where
on the science and technology we have today. >> reporter: they'll plan to fight this as soon as governor rick perry signs it into law. manuel bojorquez, houston, texas. >>> airriel castro has been charged. he'll be arraigned on the new charges next week. he's already been indicted on more than 300 counts and pleaded not "g" to those charges. >> an 8-year-old indiana boy trap and buried for three hours in sand dune was hospitalized this morning. he was playing when a dune collapsed. a sinkhole swallowed him under 11 feet of sand. rescuers used heavy equipment to free him. >>> wow. it's now 7:23. here's a look at the weather for your weekend. >>> coming up political co in the world, statins. now they're saying even more people should be taking them. you're watching "cbs this morning saturday." website called "man in seat 61?" probably not. but coming up we'll tell you >> time to make the doughnuts. >> not a few kinds like supermarkets. >> time to make the doughnuts. >> but up to 52 varieties. >> the doughnuts. whoo-hoo. time to make the doughnuts. >> i made the doughnuts. >>
need to hold the onion rings and skip the hush puppies. the center for science in the public interest says long john silver's big catch value meal is the worst restaurant meal in the u.s.. their opinion, not mine. the fried fish combo has more than 1,300 calories, 33 grams of transfat and 19 grams of saturated fat. the combo includes fried haddock, two side dishes and more than two weeks' worth of fat in a single serving. >>> the family of sarah murnaghan has released the first video of the 10-year-old girl since she had lung transplant surgery. sarah mouths the words "hi" and "i love you" to her mother who was shooting the video. the young girl cannot speak because she remains intubated. in a facebook post janet murnaghan says her daughter's transplant appears to be successful and her body is showing no signs of rejection. sarah's family sued to change a policy that put children under the age of 12 at the bottom of a waiting list for adult lung transplants. sarah has cystic fibrosis. >>> so you think judge judy is tough, wait until you get to know the judge who is presiding over the
budgets, rising launch vehicle costs. two recent failures for earth science missions and putting it all together there's just no way to launch things at anything like the rate it would take to replace the observation that is are being lost. >> reporter: building a satellite takes years and that's why they say they need funding now and a long-term plan and a statement noaa says, quote, noaa continues to develop mitigation plans for any potential gap in satellite coverage. the plans will be re-assessed on a biannual basis to account for new developments as they occur. noaa has a backup satellite in case ghost 13 fails again or a counterpart of the western seaboard has problems, a replacement for one of two satellites is not likely to be launched until at least 2017. heather? >> troubling information, brian. reporting from our new york city newsroom, thank you. >>> well, it is one of the biggest questions looming in a headline grabbing trial. will george zimmerman's attorney put the accused murderer on the stand? >>> and the red rocker, sammy hagar, joining some of country's boast known ac
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, not on science and reason. it is a woman's constitutional right to have an abortion. >> reporter: the bill was filibustered during regular season sets minimum regulatory standards for clinics and physicians. including requiring abortion doctors to have privileges at nearby hospitals in case there are complications. >> the abortion lobby is opposing common sense regulations that wean sure that clinics in texas did not have the same atrocious conditions that we're seeing in a clib he can multiple clinics. >> reporter: opponents say the regulatory burdens would come with significant financial costs and would lead to what they believe is the real purpose behind the bill, the closure of 37 of the 42 abortion clinics now operating in texas. a cecile richards says takes fight we will win. the nation is watching and we will succeed again. cecile rich fight we will win. the nation is watching and we will succeed again.cecile richat we will win. the nation is watching and we will succeed again. cutting off access to life saving preventive care or safe and legal abortions will not be stood for. gover
's not rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. >>> the key issue in the trayvon martin case has been, is it about race? the judge in the case has kept all talk of race out of the courtroom. joining me now, the author of ending racism in post racial america. welcome to you again. obviously, although race, everyone's trying to exclude it from this case, it's been hanging there as an overbearing presence, hasn't it? >> it has been hanging there, it's been there since the beginning, there are two cases, the cases before the jury, and the case of public opinion. and in the case before the jury, it's been very subtle, but race has been there. so you can say profiling, you can't say racial profiling. the blacks have been removed from the jury, but it's not because they were black. it's because the rules permitted it. so underlying both of those examples is race. and it seems like people don't want to consider that possibility. >> what do you think the verdict is likely to be where -- given what we are at the moment, in terms of the testimony we've heard. >> well, i think that the -
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proved its worth. reporting live health and science editor, john fowler, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> a number of victims from the plane crash have been released from the hospital in the last 24 hours. of the 62 patients, 12 remain in the hospital. nine are adults and three are children. five are in critical condition including one child. the other patients conditions range from good to serious. 55 of the crash victims were initially admitted to stanford hospital and tonight five remain in the hospital and one remains in critical condition. all of the victims that were treated at lucielle packered have been released. >> i was able to talk to some of the young kids thatted had some injuries that need attention but they were in a talkative mood. they were happy to see the mayor there. >> the player said he did not want to disturb people with more serious injuries. he also gave thanks to doctors and nurses who came to work in droves to help after that crash. >>> nancy pelosi thanked the fearless response of rescue crews. pelosi also expressed grief for those two teenage victims. >>
they extended the shelf life. >> i don't know. magic. deep science. they're really looking into this. >> dr. kobalanski, any ideas? >> preservatives. >> they're going to love that. randi, thank you. that does it for this special edition of "360." join us tomorrow night. and stick around, we'll have another edition of "ac 360" with all the day's top stories. the zimmerman trial and more from the three young women in cleveland who were held captive by ariel castro for so long. and the latest on the investigation into that airline crash this weekend. we'll be right back. ursuit we all share. a better life for your family, a better opportunity for your business, a better legacy to leave the world. we have always believed in this pursuit, striving to bring insight to every investment, and integrity to every plan. we are morgan stanley. and we're ready to work for you. your next trip is calling you. saying, "dan, schedule a 5 o'clock meeting at a hilton garden inn." or "dan"... hey, dad. ..."explore your family tree at a homewood suites." [ family ] hi, dan. or "put your feet in the sand at a wal
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